The 81st Golden Globe Awards Full Recap

Check out the most memorable moments and standout looks from the 2024 Golden Globe Awards Ceremony!

Kevin Costner in Cannes: Success is the Best Revenge

It’s been 20 years since Kevin Costner attended the Cannes Film Festival. However, after the long standing ovation he received at the premiere of his new film, “Horizon: An American Saga,” it seems clear audiences won’t need to wait another two decades before the Golden Globe-winning actor-director returns to the French Riviera. Costner’s instincts to wait for the […]
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Scandinavian Films Fly Norse Flags at Cannes

Scandinavian films have a long history at Cannes, and this year the lineup is especially strong, with two films in the main competition (“The Girl With the Needle” and “The Apprentice”), and two others (“Armand” and “When the Light Breaks”) in the Un Certain Regard section. Swedish director Magnus von Horn’s debut film, “The Girl […]
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"The Apprentice" movie by Ali Abbasi

Trump in Cannes: Hot-Button Film About His Early Years

It’s fitting that one of U.S. history’s most polarizing figures should be the unwitting subject of the most-highly-anticipated movie at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. “The Apprentice” chronicles the rise of real estate newbie Donald Trump in the 1970s to the self-professed mogul he would become in the ’80s. As he gears up for this […]
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Golden Globes Give ‘Moment of Peace’ to Iris Knobloch

Women took center stage at an exclusive luncheon May 20 that honored Iris Knobloch, president of the Cannes Film Festival. Organized by Golden Globes president Helen Hoehne on behalf of the Globes and the Robb Report, the lunch celebrated the achievements of German-born Knobloch during her tenure in the Cannes presidency. Her appointment, which commenced […]
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Cannes Festival Glamour: Hair and Hats

Selena Gomez whose film “Emilia Perez” received a prolonged standing ovation at its premiere in Cannes, was elegant in a figure-hugging column Saint Laurent with off-the-shoulder detail. The multi-hyphenate wore her hair swept up in a high pony, her long bangs parted in the center, framing her face. The naked shoulders allowed for an ornate […]
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Feminine Lens on Cannes: the Greta Gerwig Jury

The 2024 Cannes Film Festival is poised for a landmark moment with Greta Gerwig taking the helm as the jury president. Her appointment is a powerful statement not just for her career as a director, screenwriter and actress, but for breaking a barrier on gender equality within the festival that, hopefully, will spark a long-overdue […]
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Cannes: High Fashion on the Red Carpet

Fashion at the 77th Cannes Film Festival trends towards simplicity, adhering to the understated style established at the Golden Globes in January — which is a harbinger of all subsequent red carpets for the year.  Anya Taylor-Joy stopped traffic on the Croisette with a shimmering Dior gown reminiscent of Grace Kelly in “To Catch A […]
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Helen Hoehne (center) with Karaca execs (left to right) Arda Sayiner, Seray Anıl, Sıla Gök, Fatih Karaca

Golden Globes, Robb Report Salute Int’l Film Biz at Cannes

There is nothing more fitting to celebrate the 77th Cannes Film Festival than an exclusive cocktail party in a beautiful setting that brings together a glittering mix of industry players, tastemakers and French cultural icons. The soirée on May 16 was co-hosted by the Golden Globes and Robb Report and sponsored by Karaca Coffee, at […]
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Costa-Gavras. Photo credit: Fred Atlan/Cinémathèque française

Costa-Gavras: ‘Merci à la Golden Globes Foundation Pour Son Soutien’

An English-language version of this story is also available. De grands acteurs américains comme Dustin Hoffman et John Travolta tout comme des légendes du cinéma français telles que Yves Montand et Simone Signoret ont tourné sous sa direction. A 91 ans, Costa-Gavras est l’un des réalisateurs les plus respectés et réputés du cinéma mondial. Président […]
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Asian Pacific Talent Scores in Film at Golden Globes

“This is for all the shoulders that I stand on and all the people coming with me on this journey going forward,” Michelle Yeoh said in her acceptance speech as the first Malaysian to win a Golden Globe award, actress–musical or comedy for the 2022 film “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Yeoh, recently a Presidential […]
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Golden Globes Have Long History of Recognizing Asian Pacific Talents on TV

The Golden Globes have recognized Asian talents in film since the 1950s, and on TV as early as 1981. Japan’s Yoko Shimada won as best actress in a television series-drama for playing Mariko in the nine-hour miniseries, “Shogun.” Since May is Asian American Pacific Islander month in the U.S., it’s worth remembering Shimada and other […]
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New Light Shines on Golden Globes

Change is unsettling because it pushes us into the unknown and the entertainment industry is no exception having been rocked by pandemic shutdowns obliterating box offices, labor strife shutting down productions and concerns about the march of A.I. in Terminator-like fashion. But change is inevitable — and the Golden Globes are a reminder change can […]
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International Voters
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Countries
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Ethnically and Culturally Diverse Voting Body